REALITY, 1. is, here on earth, agreement as to what is. This does not prevent barriers or time from being formidably real. It does not mean either that space, energy or time are illusions. It is as one knows it is. (COHA, p. 249) 2. that sequence which begins with postulates and ends with mass, which we originally defined as an agreed-upon thing. Reality is the agreed-upon apparency of existence. (CMSCS, p. 11) 3. the reality of something is the ability to place it in time and space. That’s reality. Reality is an agreement. (5203CM05A) 4. is not what the individual thinks reality is. Reality is what the majority agrees it is. (SH Spec 105, 6201C25) 5. the degree of agreement reached by two ends of a communication line. In essence, it is the degree of duplication achieved between Cause and Effect. That which is real is real simply because it is agreed upon, and for no other reason. (Dn 55!, p. 35) 6. reality is a postulated reality. Reality does not have to persist to be a reality. The condition of reality is simply is-ness. That is the total condition of reality. (PXL, p. 62) 7. the agreement upon perceptions and data in the physical universe. (Scn 0-8, p. 83) 8. agreement in the mental plane and solids in the physical plane. (POW, p. 92) 9. the solid objects, the real things of life. (HCOB 21 Jun 71 I) 10. that which is made and which is commonly experienced by agreement; that which is made, or one or many make, and can be commonly experienced. That, we will define as reality. (PDC 5) 11. is composed of the degree of duplication possible, and this is also describable under the heading of agreement. Reality is a quality which depends upon duplication and in the action of duplication expertly or poorly done we find agreement and disagreement. (PAB 44) 12. R=Mass or agreement. (HCOB 27 Sept 68 II)
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